Monday, October 24, 2005

Buy BLOG by Hugh Hewitt

Buy BLOG by Hugh Hewitt

Look. I don't have time to mess around with anybody today.

I'm forced by temporal constraints to be even more blunt and explosive than usual. More indelicate and abrupt.

So, leaving the cadaver of language to twitch in code overload, overlorded by its shadow, which all men call "thought", let us proceed to the uncanny canine instinct buzz-build:

I don't care who you are, or think you are, go.

Go now.

Go buy Hugh Hewitt's book BLOG.

I'm a Johnny-come-lately to this book which has been out for some months now. Like a first class idiot, I failed to drool sufficiently for this food. Now at long last, the plate has arrived, and like a ravenous arctic wolf, I am devouring it with great glee and flashes of flashy insight.

He seems to think like I do about the MSM, the blog revolution, and the blogosphere. Which means, of course, that he's right about those topics. Chapter called "Blog Swarms and Opinion Storms" is good analysis of decentralized military strategy, cluster and attack from all directions all at once, then disappear. Which is how the blogocombat trooper operates.

Hear that hammer pounding? Here, on the door of your little reality?

It's the new Luther, called the Blog, and he's nailing the new regime's manifesto onto your forehead.

Hugh Hewitt is preparing the path, and if you don't follow it down the road to the Universalization of Web Content, you'll be a worthless as someone who thinks cave paintings and smoke signals are leading edge communication. Er, no offense meant to cave and smoke artists.

The "I don't get it" excuse is inexcusable now, thanks to Hugh Hewitt's BLOG, the book I mean, called BLOG, which is subtitled: "Understanding the Information Reformation That's Changing Your World."

Go NOW. Go BUY it. Go READ it. NOW.

Those who scoff at, dismiss, and ignore blogs will live to regret it. Ask the politicians and journalists who got swept away with The WRATH of the Blogosphere.

The Blogosphere, little do they realize it, is a Weapon. Learn how to use it.

I'll be posting some excerpts from Hewitt, and my reactions to them, here, at this blog, in coming days.

[sighed] Steven Streight aka Vaspers the Grate


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